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't working out that well. no guarantee of success. in louisiana, in 2010 the state lost $0.85 for every $1 of film credit it gave. in washington, d.c. from 2007 to 2009 they lost $0.77 for every $1 spent on tax credits. in massachusetts, only one local job was created for every $128,575 spent in film credits. >> well, the movie constitution. >> they offer the tax incentives and try it. >> the movie studios are there to throw the money around to say to the local politicians give us money, and maybe we'll bring some of our productions out here. and you know, we also should remember this is-- >> well, we apparently lost bill wyman. do you want to elaborate that? >> louisiana got hot when they were in trouble financially. michigan is the recent hot place, and they're in trouble financially. it's the magic of the movies. the idea that it's the movies is exciting. the idea that they can build another industry out of whole cloth is exciting. the idea that big productions pe coming is exciting. financially it's not a great deal for them. canada is fortunate that they've built an industry. >> it is
para quien ayude a dar con Él. >>> este pequeÑo parque de casas mÓviles en louisiana fue testigo de un horrendo crimen. >>> y no lo deseo esto a nadie, el odio, el dolor, la rabia, los por quÉ que tengo que enfrentar todos los dÍas, yo le falle. >>> kevin tiene fuerzas a penas para contar lo que paso, cuando encontraron el cuerpo de su esposa wanda que habÍa sido salvajemente acuchillada. era la maÑana del 20 de febrero cuando saliÓ hacia su trabajo dejando a su esposa con su hijo. dos horas mÁs tarde llamÓ y el pequeÑo contestÓ. >>> mi hijo contestÓ y le pregunte dÓnde estÁ mama, y llorando dijo: estÁ en el piso y no se mueve. >>> la policÍa pudo determinar que el niÑo presenciÓ el crimen, y de alguna manera la madre lo protegio. >>> la conocÍa bien, sabia que no iba a permitir que le pasara algo al bebÉ, lo protegiÓ hasta el Último aliento. >>> es un mexicano de nombre josÉ manuel garcÍa, logrÓ identificarlo a travÉs de pruebas de adn porque tenÍa antecedentes y dejÓ su huella marcada en todas partes. >>> llegÓ a la casa, removio el aire, entrÓ, violo y ma
in louisiana, the winner of 10,000 big ones. greg, you also entered that under the name snuggles. >> i did it to pick up an artist not to enter. >> i have done similar work like that. usually after a night of drinking. >> that was a good piece of artwork. >> it is pretty amazing. like your tie, juan. >> look at that! quite similar to the tie! >> and used his tongue to do it. that's the detail i left out. greg it as well. thanks for watching, everybody. be sure to tune in monday for the special day labor day edition of "the five." have a great holiday weekend. "special report" is up next. >>> welcome to "red eye." it is like what i like about you, if bys you you mean me and by me i mean you. due to andy levey dying in his apart meant and being eaten by his cat there will be no pre game report. let's get to it and welcomets. our guests. she is so hot that it reallydo doesn't matter what i sayuse because you aren't listening. i am here with april rose. what a great name. host of "max sum exposure" and " girl code" and mtv2's "guyv2 code." no bi-code which is homophobic. and fillinllg in for
, farmer was in jail in louisiana and refused to come out of jail to participate in the march. and here is martin luther king, jr. a wonderful human being. he was my leader, my inspiration, my hero. i first met him in 1958 when i was 18 years old. this is eugene carson blake, who was head of the national council of churches. and this young man here is cleveland robinson. this man was almost blind, but no one wanted to say to him, "but you cannot walk with the group." and so he walked with us. this is rabbi joachim prince of the american jewish congress. he was born in berlin and moved to america during the late '30s. he moved to newark, new jersey, and became a leader, a spokesperson for civil liberty, civil rights. and this is joe rauh. he was one of the unbelievable leaders in the naacp. and this is the unbelievable whitney young, who was head of the national urban league. >> right. >> who's been a dean at the school of social work at atlanta university. roy wilkins, the head of the naacp. walter reuther, the head of the united automobile workers union. and this is a. philip randolph.
went to play a football game in new orleans, louisiana. closer to the mic? i like talking loud. i got my dad's genes for talking loud. can you all hear me? and in 1965 when they went down to new orleans, there was a running back for the buffalo bills named cookie gilchrist. cookie used to drive around the milk truck in the off-season when they had to make money, because football salaries didn't pay enough and his milk truck -- his truck was selling candies and ice cream, who knows what else, but his truck would say looky, looky, here comes cookie. [laughter] and but cookie is in new orleans, he's trying to get a cab. and he hails a cab, a cab stops and the cab driver rolls up the window and says sorry, sir, probably didn't say sir. just wanted to get to the bar down the street. what ended up happening african-american players couldn't stay in the same hotel as their white teammates and they decided to stand up and say this is not right. move the game. his father was president of the naacp at the time. tried to work out a solution. all of the white players agreed with the black players
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